Chelsea 4 Bolton 3: Blues are hot to Trot until late scare at Stamford Bridge
11 April 2009 06:14
Chelsea kept their title hopes alive after surviving an incredible Bolton fightback in a seven-goal thriller at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues were 4-0 in front and cruising to victory when coach GuusHiddink replaced Didier Drogba and Frank Lampard in the 65th minute.
Two goals from Drogba, a Lampard penalty and Michael Ballack's first league goal of the season had put Chelsea in total command.
But the battling Trotters scored three times in 11 minutes through Andy O'Brien, Chris Basham and Matt Taylor to give the Blues an almighty scare.